LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) -- Louisville police charge two men after a large amount of drugs and cash were found during a traffic stop.
Police Chief Sean Holdiness said Arron Hughes, 27 and Warren Jerome Goss, 51, were arrested Thursday afternoon.
He said officers made a traffic stop for improper tag and a tint violation.
Holdiness says police found a large amount of cocaine, marijuana, hydrocodone, ecstacy and oxycodone in the vehicle.
He said the drugs have an estimated street value of $20,000.
Holidiness said two firearms and $26,902 were also seized.
Both men are being held in the Winston Choctaw Regional Correctional Facility.
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